I am currently waiting very anxious for these letters to come in the mail.. I know of people who have received their re-acceptance letters for MDCC in the middle of April.. Why does this process take so long to get here..
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I know! There are several schools in the area that have already had orientation and Holmes hasn't even sent out acceptance letters yet. I emailed the Nursing Admin secretary to see if letters had gone out yet, but I haven't had a reply yet. I hope it's soon!
Ok. I applied at Ridgeland. I emailed the Admin secretary in February and she said that letters would go out the end of April/first of May. I emailed her today asking if they had been sent yet and she said they would not go out until the END OF MAY. So, at least we know there is still hope!
I have heard that students are already coming in at the Ridgeland campus with their acceptance letters. I hope y'all hear something soon.
For those that will be starting in the Fall at Ridgeland, the second year students are hoping to get together with y'all sometime this summer for a meet and greet and hoping to give you some direction. We were lost last year and wished we had had someone to tell us what to expect. So, if you're interested, let us know. We'd be glad to help. We were once in your shoes.
I am hoping they come in by the end of the week. This has been the longest wait. I applied in January for one scoop and February for the other. Been waiting on May since then. Now, i am stalking the mailbox everyday.
I know what you mean. I felt the very same way last year. I worried if I'd get an acceptance to Holmes before I had to commit to Hinds. Luckily, my letter came in the day before I had to commit to Hinds. Holmes was just a closer location for me.
The other day I asked our secretary at Holmes in Ridgeland and she did say that she was telling everyone to expect their letters the latter part of May but hoping they'd go out the middle part of May. The letters come from Grenada and I believe only one secretary is in charge of that. I will say this in their defense....last year there were 787 applicants. They all have to be weighed with a points system before acceptance/rejection letters can go out. Several factors go into the quantity of points: ACT, GPA, ACT reading and math scores, living within or out of a district, etc.